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DraftKings MMA: UFC Oklahoma City Preview
DraftKings MMA: UFC Oklahoma City Preview

UFC Oklahoma City features two up-and-coming lightweights looking to break into the title conversation, along with several well-known names looking to reestablish themselves. Jon Litterine has the DraftKings fantasy breakdown.

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Michael Chiesa    UFC    Lightweight
Chiesa was defeated by Kevin Lee by submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:37 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night 112 on Sunday in Oklahoma city.

Fantasy Analysis

Chiesa started out well with a takedown, but Lee was able to scramble into top position. "Maverick" threatened with submissions while Lee was in his guard, but Lee eventually took his back. After securing a body triangle, Lee locked in a rear-naked choke. Chiesa was in deep trouble and almost going out, but still fighting the choke, and Mario Yamasaki stepped in and stopped the fight. Chiesa did not tap. It was a very odd and controversial ending, and Chiesa complained after the fight was stopped. Hopefully Chiesa will get a well-deserved rematch.
Kevin Lee    UFC    Lightweight
Lee defeated Michael Chiesa via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:37 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night 112 on Sunday in Oklahoma City.

Fantasy Analysis

The fight quickly went to the ground as Chiesa took Lee down. Lee was able to scramble to take top position. "The Motown Phenom" did a good job of fighting off submission attempts and eventually took "Maverick's" back. After securing a body triangle, Lee locked in a rear-naked choke. Chiesa was doing his best to defend the submission, even though it was under the chin, and was in the process of fighting the choke when Mario Yamasaki stopped the fight. Chiesa did not tap. It was a bizarre finish and not the way the UFC wants to end the night with a controversial end to the main event.
Tim Boetsch    UFC    Middleweight
Boetsch defeated Johny Hendricks via TKO (punches) at 0:46 of Round 2 at UFC Fight Night 112 on Sunday in Oklahoma City.

Fantasy Analysis

Boetsch had a good strategy against Hendricks as he was very conscious of Hendricks attempting to land his big left hand. "The Barbarian" landed some big body kicks that kept Hendricks at range. He also did a good job of not circling into "Bigg Rigg's" left hand. Early in the second round Boetsch landed a right high kick that rocked Hendricks and he took advantage of the opportunity by landing multiple uppercuts and ultimately finishing Hendricks with punches on the ground.
Johny Hendricks    UFC    Middleweight
Hendricks was defeated by Tim Boetsch via TKO (punches) at 0:46 of Round 2 at UFC Fight Night 112 on Sunday in Oklahoma City.

Fantasy Analysis

Hendricks missed weight by two pounds before this fight. He was searching to land his big left hand throughout the first round. All of his movements and strikes were used attempting to set up the left, but he never connected. "Bigg Rigg" was definitely the smaller man in the Octagon, and Boetsch was able to use body kicks to keep Hendricks at range. The first round was very close. The second round didn't last long as Boetsch landed a right high kick that hurt Hendricks badly. Boetsch jumped on him and landed a few more uppercuts followed by strikes on the ground until the referee stepped in.
Justine Kish    UFC    strawweight
Kish was defeated by Felice Herrig via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 29-27) at UFC Fight Night 112 on Sunday in Oklahoma City.

Fantasy Analysis

Kish did not have the proper technique to deal with Felice Herrig on the ground, but she showed amazing strength and athleticism over the course of the fight. She was mounted and had her back taken many times, but continually found a way to reverse position and wind up on top near the end of the round. Kish also fought out of a deep rear naked choke in the third round, refusing to tap out. She showed very good toughness and grit in this fight and will likely have exciting fights in the future.
Felice Herrig    UFC    strawweight
Herrig defeated Justine Kish via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 29-27) at UFC Fight Night 112 on Sunday in Oklahoma City.

Fantasy Analysis

Herrig looked amazing and showed off vastly improved grappling. She had multiple takedowns throughout the fight and was a much better grappler than Kish. Through the entire fight Herrig transitioned to better positions, constantly getting to mount and taking Kish's back. "Lil' Bulldog" came very close to finishing Kish in the third round, but Kish showed her toughness by surviving and refusing to tap. Along with her outstanding grappling, Herrig was very successful with her left hook and cut Kish around the right eye in the second round.
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